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Ugo Monye to make 150th appearance for Harlequins

Powerful, quick, London born-and-bred and Quins through and through, Ugo Monye is a real crowd favourite, and tomorrow when Quins take on Prato, he will make his 150th appearance for…

Harlequins 17 London Wasps 10 – The Verdict

Harlequins 17 London Wasps 10 – The Verdict

By Paul Morgan, editor of Rugby World Magazine Anyone who doesn’t consider the Harlequins as genuine title contenders wasn’t at The Stoop for their London derby with Wasps. Famed over…

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Quins announce trips to Abu Dhabi from £499!

Etihad Airways, the proud sponsor of Harlequins RFC, and the club’s exclusive travel partner Giles Travel, are offering you the chance to escape the winter and travel to Abu Dhabi…

Wasps to play Harlequins in Abu Dhabi

Wasps to play Harlequins in Abu Dhabi

LONDON Wasps and Harlequins will break new ground on 30 January when their LV Cup match will be played in Abu Dhabi. With both clubs missing their key internationals as the…

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Matt Cardle to perform at Big Game 3

Never, in the history of X Factor’s 6 years, has the winner played at such an iconic venue so soon after the live show. On the 27th December at Twickenham…

Prepare well to perform well

Care to Prepare

The day before a game I set the alarm for 9am, so I get a bit of a lie-in. For breakfast I’ll have porridge with fruit, and maybe some yoghurt,…

Danny Care feeling a little left out

Danny Care – Harlequins and England

Rugby World sat down with the ‘Care Bare’ to chat about buying Liverpool FC, the clubs chances of making the play-offs and having a bit too much spare time on…

Guinness Premiership Previews

Guinness Premiership Previews

By Rugby World reader, Kate Bamber London Wasps vs Newcastle Falcons Newcastle have never won in eight previous visits to Adams Park, whilst the Falcons only previous win on Wasps…

Who will win the Guinness Premiership?

Who will win the Guinness Premiership?

By Rugby World reader, writing from Australia It was only a few months ago that the English rugby public united to support the British and Irish Lions. But come September,…